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Arts Job | Head of Strings, NECOM

Armidale, NSW Remuneration:  $60,000-$70,000 Commences January 2014 The New England Conservatorium of Music (NECOM) in Armidale, NSW Australia is seeking a dynamic and experienced string pedagogue for the full time position of Head of Strings, commencing in late January 2014. Read more

Artist In Profile | Aaron Brady

  Aaron was born in Moree in 1976. He went to school at Courallie High School Moree. Aaron has autism and uses his artworks to tell stories about himself and the life around him. Read more

150 Flamin’ Teapots | Goulburn

    The Country Arts Support Program is an Arts NSW devolved funding program, administered by Regional Arts NSW and local Regional Arts Boards on behalf of the NSW Government. Read more

ArtsJob > Administration Officer at Saltwater Freshwater

   Part-time 20 hours per week 12 month contract (renewable) $34 500 - $46 800 (pro rata) + super   The Saltwater Freshwater Arts Alliance Aboriginal Corporation is a regional body for Aboriginal arts and culture on the Mid North Coast of NSW based at the Coffs Harbour Education Campus. Read more

Eastern Riverina Arts Welcomes Madeline Ryan

  Madeline joins Eastern Riverina Arts after three years at a busy advertising, PR and design consultancy in Wollongong, and prior to that she spent over three years in Sydney at the Public Relations Institute of Australia; coordinating the events, communication and professional development programs. Read more

Thinking Outside The Box | Sweatbox Art Comp

  The humble sweatbox is an iconic symbol of the agricultural heritage around the West Darling region. A wooden box once used to transport and “sweat” dried fruit from the vineyard drying ground to the packing shed for processing. Read more

Charcoal Night

  In the crisp evening, they discovered a giant emu in the Milky Way, nebular clusters and craters on the moon. The night sky was the star attraction last Wednesday night, when students and staff from Albury Wodonga Community College partnered with the Astronomical Society of Albury Wodonga (ASAW), Albury Wodonga Community College (AWCC) and Murray Arts to set up telescopes and share their knowledge about the stars twinkling above. Read more